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For this year’s fourth Plants for Life event join us for a walk around central Bungay’s streets, alleyways, churchyards and meadows taking a different look at the plants we often […]

Plants for Life and Medicine – Walking (around Town) with Weeds – Sunday 22 April, 2.30pm

For this year’s fourth Plants for Life event join us for a walk around central Bungay’s streets, alleyways, churchyards and meadows taking a different look at the plants we often […]

Give and Take Day, Saturday 21st April 10am-1pm

Eloise Wilkinson writes: It’s that time of year again when everything starts afresh. The green is returning to the landscape, seeds are being sown and stuff is being thrown out. […]

For the third of our monthly Plants for Life talks, walks and workshops, we welcome medical herbalist and Suffolk Coastal’s Community Environmental Action Advisor, Dan Wheals, who’ll show us practical and […]

Adopt a Herb with Dan Wheals – Plants for Life Sunday 18 March 3pm at Bungay Library

For the third of our monthly Plants for Life talks, walks and workshops, we welcome medical herbalist and Suffolk Coastal’s Community Environmental Action Advisor, Dan Wheals, who’ll show us practical and […]

The room upstairs at Bungay Library was packed for our second Plants for Life event yesterday (Sunday). This was a relaxed conversation on Growing Organic Herbs between organic and biodynamic […]

Plants for Life #2 – Growing Organic and Biodynamic

The room upstairs at Bungay Library was packed for our second Plants for Life event yesterday (Sunday). This was a relaxed conversation on Growing Organic Herbs between organic and biodynamic […]

This is the second of our monthly (medicine) Plants for Life series of talks, walks and workshops in 2012 in conjunction with the Plant Medicine Bed at Bungay Library. This […]

Growing Organic Herbs – Sunday 19th February, 3pm – with David Wrenn plus mounting Commemorative Plaque, 2.30pm

This is the second of our monthly (medicine) Plants for Life series of talks, walks and workshops in 2012 in conjunction with the Plant Medicine Bed at Bungay Library. This […]

Save Bungay Library – what happens next..?   The good news is that Bungay Library is secure for the next year and there is a great team working to ensure it stays […]

3 Great Events and a Library Update

Save Bungay Library – what happens next..?   The good news is that Bungay Library is secure for the next year and there is a great team working to ensure it stays […]

Here Charlotte Du Cann writes about giving the first Plants for Life talk at Bungay Library on 15 January. This post was first published on This Low Carbon Life, the Transition […]

connecting with our roots – review of the first plants for life talk

Here Charlotte Du Cann writes about giving the first Plants for Life talk at Bungay Library on 15 January. This post was first published on This Low Carbon Life, the Transition […]

Plant Medicine Bed 2012 at the Library plus Talks, Walks and Workshops beginning Sunday 15th January

Each year the central flowerbed at Bungay library community garden takes a different theme. In 2011 it was Wild Plants for Bees and Butterflies, this year it will be Plants as […]

The first of Sustainable Bungay’s 2012 series of Plants for Life talks, walks and workshops in conjunction with the Plant Medicine bed in the Library Community Garden. Writer Charlotte Du […]

Connecting with our Roots, Sunday 15 Jan 3pm at Bungay Library

The first of Sustainable Bungay’s 2012 series of Plants for Life talks, walks and workshops in conjunction with the Plant Medicine bed in the Library Community Garden. Writer Charlotte Du […]

This post first appeared on the Transition Norwich blog, This Low Carbon Life, on Sunday 11th December. On Saturday December 3rd, I joined a group of East Anglian perma-culturists and […]

Sharing the Load – A Permaculture Workday

This post first appeared on the Transition Norwich blog, This Low Carbon Life, on Sunday 11th December. On Saturday December 3rd, I joined a group of East Anglian perma-culturists and […]